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Thursday, November 20, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A V Brett Peterson (11) broke into the open for a 43-yard gain on this play. Lawrence Saturdayasthe Cambridge Trojans defeated the Raiders 16-13 in the C-2 semi-finals. 24 times for 120 yards and 1 touchdown but the Raiders came up short at out in the thhd touchdown run. extra points failed. who opened the scored for the lard run with 4:07 left ) Schroer kicked the 16, Lawrence- Trojans beat the Cambridge rushed 39 times for 178 11 tackles and Hoelting had 10 tackles. Raiders 16-13 Sat- yards and picked up 45 passing for a Matt Depperschmidt had 14 stops in the C-2 semifi- total offense of 233 yards, for theTrojans andNateToon had 10. Each team had one turnover and the Lawrence-Nelson football coach 16-0 before penalties were basically equal with the Gary DeBoer said, "After falling be- thegame. MattSexton Raiders having 5 for 30 yards and the hind0-16, thekidsmadeagreatcome- ans on a 19-yard run Trojans having 5 for 40 yards,back. Trailing 13-16, we had one last the first half. Sexton Peterson rushed 24 times for 120 chance and got to the 20-yard line as points to give Cam- yards and Jason Hoelting had 14 car- time ran out and we were unable to the half. ries for 59 yards, attempt a field goal to try and tie the uarter, it was Sexton Sexton carried the ball 16timesfor game." the Trojans for 121 yards. DeBoer analyzed the difference in ans. Waid Ventz ran Schroer went 5 for 15 passing for the teams and concluded that the Tro- and Cambridge was 49 yards, jans ability to convert two 2-point con- 7:30 left in the third Wentz was 1 for 1 passing for 45 versionsturnedouttobethedifference yards, in the game. Kathman ~ut the Derrick Drohman had 3 receptions DeBoer said, "It was a great team tot 23 yards and Keith Menke had 2 for effort to crawl back into the game and 18. give themselves a shot at five straight Whitney Jones had the lone recep- trips to Lincoln." lion for the Trojans for 45 yards. The Raiders ended their season with Defensively,AndrewKathman had a 9-3 record. Hastings students attend seminar Five Hastings College Ad Club members and Kathy Stofer, advisor, attended the Advertising Federation of Lincoln's annual "Get a Clue" semi- nar, Friday at the Cornhusker Hotel, Lincoln. Among members attending in- cluded Kendra Bargen, a 2000 Supe- rior High School graduate and Ad Club secretary-treasurer. The morning session featured key- note speaker, Aaron Davis, who played for the Nebraska Cornhuskers during its national title run in the 1990s. Davis graduated from the University of Ne- braska-Lincoln, with a degree in psy- chology, and is employed by Ruth Enterprise Human Development Cor- poration, Lincoln. Additional sessions rushed 51 times and picked up 49 yards total of 247 yards of VB, All- team made , Rosenbaum, Tri Kastanek, Wilber- Thimm,Tri County, Sr.; Tif- phanie Sr. South- Wilber-Clatonia, jr.; Shelby So.; Morgan AbbvBathen, on business dress, interviewing tech- ,, ",.: ........................................ mLd:~ social evening were,~N9 held Staeia Fricke, During the noon luncheon, Matt Jaci Sellenrick, TriWilliams of Martin Agency was the Jenna Haecker, Tri keynote speaker and presented a pro- ,udree Heine, Centen- gram about UPS and its changes in Baker, Milford, Jr.,marketing and advertising. Scholar- Jr. ship winners were also recognized. eat Division Three, $600 scholarship winners were Jennifer Lovegrove, selected from a pool of 20 applicants. Sr.; Teagan Poppe, The first two AFL scholarship win- AlyssaMontgom- ners were students at UNL, while r.; Lauren Williams,Bargen, aHastingsCollegesenior, was Katy Reiger, Sandy named the third scholarship winner. Eitzmann, Superior, Bargen is the first member in the his- Heartland, Sr. tory of the Hastings College Ad Club Heidi Lightwine, to be named an AFL scholarship re- Sr.; Beth Meyer, cipient. BrandiPfingsten, Students had the opportunity to Sr.; Cassidy Seaman,choose five, 15-minuteroundtable ses- sion to attend in the afternoon. The sessions included the following areas: Kristen Sweet, account executive, marketing director, Fillmore printing specialist, photographer, me- Gowen, Sutton, dia sales, public relations, copywriter, Creek, So.; at director, graphic designer, web de- ,er Central, Sr.; velopment, media planner, a creative Heartland, Sr. director, market research and account planner and broadcast production. chance The seminar concluded with tours will come all too of Bailey Lauerman Advertising or she won't let you. Agency and KOLN-KGIN-TV studios. TRIM FOR FINISHED APPEARANCE $ 7aALVANIZED FRAMING ANCHORS FOR GROUND INSTAt.LATION 18' x 21' CARPORTS Custom sizes and colors available Ph 1-888-324-5285 Before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. Chester, Neb. Lawrence-Nelson pep band members energize the crowd Saturday at the C-2 semi-final game between the Cambridge Trojans and the Lawrence- Nelson Raiders. The Trojans ended the Raiders season by handing them a 16- 13 defeat. This year, for the first time since the sets were needed to determine the match school was established, a Lawrence- winner. Nelson High School volleyball team The pressure was on the L-N team earned a trip to the state volleyball and miscues plagued the team through tournament, the match en route to a 15-4, 9-15 and 15-5 loss.. The team recorded 12 ser- The trip to Lincoln wasn't easy for vice errors. the Raider team which many said didn' t The Raiders started slow and soon belong in the Class D-1 state tourna- were down 6-0 before stopping the ment. In the opening round, the Raid- Mustang surge with a time-out. ers faced a five-time state champion The Raiders came alive in the sec- and top-ranked Republican Valley ond set with strong serving and net team. play which kept Republican Valley Though they came home after an out of an offensive rhythm. But the opening round defeat, the team worked momentum faltered and the Raiders hard to achieve the honor, didn't-give weren't able to keep it alive through up in the face of stiff competition and the third set. returned homewith heads high. Three Serving honors went to Jenny Menke who was 12 of 14 with three aces and eight points. She also re- ceived spiking honors with 34 of 35 hits and 12 kills. Kim Faimon was high offensive setter with 55 of 56 sets and 21 assists., Menke made two sub--ace blocks and eight digs. Stacy Stemper contrib- uted eight digs. Menke played a superb game against a strong, 6'2" middle from Republican Valley. The game was Menke's best of the year. The Raiders finished the season with a record of 19 wins and seven losses. The state title went to the team from Paxton. F rlTI BUI'ea U AUTO HEAL TH COMMERCIAL FARM" HOME Marlice Sullivan, Agent BlueCross BlueShield I In the Veetey Center ] of Nebraska 449 N. Central Superior, Nob. Farm Bureau representatives are authorized health k~surance agents of Blue Crees and 402"879-3377 Btue S ie,d o, e res a, a o,-For*,o,it , utue, Compa.y a.d a. L~censee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. WE WILL BE TO OBSERVE TIfANKSGIVING DAY Commercial Bank Nelson, Neb. Farmers & Merchants Bank Superior and Lawrence, Neb. National Bank Supenor, Neb. Home Federal t_l' I L t--J S%Lper;;r 'l(leb N br k Superior, Neb. Equal Opportunity Employers I Bowling Classical League W L Bradshaw Ins .............. 281/2191/2 Price's ........................... 27 21 Tucker's ........................ 26 22 Delka's Garage ............. 25 23 Chief Electric ...... ; ....... 221/2251/2 Jensby Trucking 15 33 High team game: Price's 786; high team series: Price's, 2,206; high team handicap game: Price's,962; high team handicap game: Price's, 2,734. High individual game: Jill Siegle, 199; high individual series: Jan Ehlers, 527; high individual handicap game: Jill Siegle, 237; high individual handi- cap series, Jan Ehlers, 599. Nora By Helen Gebers Ellen Lanham accompanied her family, Denny and Lorene Lanham, Brad and Cindy Meyer, Nora, and Jim and Rhonda Itzen, Lincoln, Neb., to Mansfield, Ohio, last weekend to eel-. ebrate Ellen and her twin sister, Ethel's 80th birthdays. They also visited her sisters, Wilma Osbun, and families and Margaret, and Richard Haynie and families. Sunday supper guests of Aden and Inez Lunzman, Byron, to celebrate Aden's birthday, were Don and Helen Gebers. They were Sunday dinner guests of Hattie Wulfat a care in Supe- rior in honor of Don's birthday. returned home Saturday cveumg. Taylor and Lakm Lyncll, Kansas City, spent the weekend with Jerry Lynch and Melba Lynch. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer at- tended five open houses Sunday after- noon in Lincoln for forii~cr supervisors of the extension and research center, Clay Center, who have mmsferred to Lincoln from Clay Center. Saturday afternoon the visited Virginia Schleufer, Superior. Kevin and Carol Wulf attended a Hastings Choral Group nmsic concert of which Katrina is a melnbcr, Satur- day afternoon at York High School. Jon was a guest of his grandparents. Kenneth and Loretta Wulf, and played basketball in Hasting:~ YMCA Satur- day afternoon. Miranda, Gavin and Kamryn Lynch, children of Brent and Becky Lynch, Holdrege, spentthe weekend withtheir grandmother, Brenda Lynch. Roger and Sue Williams spent the weekend in Kansas City where they met Lance Williams and Katie O'Neill, Maryville, Mo.; and Sarah Williams and Rebbeca Gillig, Kiowa, Kan., who are students at Ft. Hays Stale, Hays. They all attended the Ik~olball game between Northwest Missouri State and Pittsburg State at Anowhcad Stadium, Kansas City Saturday afternoon. C!eo and Ruth Thayer visited Dean and Pat Carriker in Aurora, Neb., Sun- day afternoon. Pat severely broke her ankle. It will take a year to heal. They also visited Leonard and Laura Dana near Clay Center. Adam Carriker, great nephew of Ruth plays for the Nebraska Cornhuskers but is out for the season with a leg injury. Marvin and Virginia Lewis and Spaghetti feed nets Alvin and Edna Epley attended a Veteran's Day supper for the Ruskin SYAA $344.05 Legion and Auxiliary last Monday evening at the Broken Spoke, Ruskin. Saturday dinner guests of Roy and Barbara Stutzman were Cori Bennett and Chris, Wichita, Jeromi Wagner and Kegan, Nelson, Tim and Tammy Stutzman, Matt, Megan and Maci, Nora. Don and Helen Gebers attended the Fillmore Central Middle and High School music program Tuesday evening in Geneva. Seth Gebers is a member of the Sound Sensations, a small music group at Fillmore Central Middle School, Fairmont. They were supper guests of Tom, Kim, Seth, Brette and Reese Gebers. Steve and Diane Gebers, Don and Helen Gebers, Roger and Sue Will- iams and Angle Jones were among those going to Lincoln Friday to attend the state high school volleyball tourna- ment. They watched the game between Lawrence-Nelson and Republican Valley at Lincoln East High School. Pat Jones and Melba Lynch were Friday overnight guests of Roger and Holly Oberly, Lincoln, Neb. Holly is Pat's daughter. In the evening they attended the stage show, "Lord of the Dance," at the Lied Center stayed oay Craig and Pegg#-J'one , Health Insurance I Cost Effective Affordable For The Self-Employed Approximately 200 people ate spa- ghetti at the Superior Youth Associa- tion spaghetti feed a couple weeks ago. The $344.05 profit from the feed will assist the association wiih the pur- chase of athletic equipment. Thirty-six youth worked as vohmteers through- out the evening serving flu~d, pouring drinks and doing dishes. Dave's Place donated the spaghetti sauce and 15 :ekes were donated. THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE & BODYWORK Swedish Relaxation massage Sandra L Rolling L,M.T. 402-879-4697 Superior you've naughty or nice.. ,link y Priced ;" sIMPLICITY Sewing Machin Indudes~, 1, wananty, sewl~Y,e, del~le AFor the Love of Sewir 800-47f-SEWS i ~ ..... 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